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... from a day in the car. Buzz and Bart talked the gamut from atomic clocks and binoculars to tools and watches while Judy gave me a tour of their home and we caught up on family stuff. We drove into the city for a quick tour and a late BBQ lunch at The Pit....delicious. Back home we relaxed and talked late into the evening.
21 May, Thursday, Raleigh, NC to Fredericksburg, VA: It was difficult to leave Judy and Bart, but we ...
... Taj over the winter, this will be our first choice. When we arrived Rinaldo moved the Bus from deep inside the storage area to outside. Glad he did it and not me. Quite a challenge given the close quarters and the occasionally close standing support beam. Once it was outside we gave it a close inspection with Joelle. Nothing amiss. We then lowered the leveling jacks for the first time and put out the passenger ...
... a beautiful modern library expansion, and lecture
halls he teaches in with upholstered wide-chairs, audio-visual equipment, and
lighting that would have seemed like something out of sci-fi to me when I was
in either college or graduate school in the 1980s and early 1990s. There’s no
question that being a college student is a far more upscale experience in 2015
than it was in 1985 or 1992.
I should note here that I am comparing facilities over ...
... for temporary
exhibitions, of which the big one at the time of my visit was American
photorealist painting. That’s not a genre I’m very familiar with, but the idea
is painting either from photography or from sight to make the output look as
realistic and close to photographic accuracy as possible, the antithesis of the
trend since the Impressionist movement towards ever more moody, surreal, and
abstract representations in art.
... but I love learning new languages so enjoying the challenge so far!
I can't wait to discover Tanzania and see all of the amazing wildlife (especially the cheetahs!), along with hopefully, possibly making a difference in the conservation efforts that being worked on there.
I hope you enjoy following my story of this adventure!